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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 1996 Week 13 Hansard (3 December) . . Page.. 4337 ..

MR SPEAKER: You will need leave, Mr Moore.

Mr Moore: Mr Speaker, I can speak on the next Bill.

Question put:

That this Bill be agreed to.

The Assembly voted -

AYES, 13	 NOES, 4

Mr Berry	Ms Horodny
Mrs Carnell	Mr Moore
Mr Cornwell	Mr Osborne
Mr De Domenico	Ms Tucker
Ms Follett
Mr Hird
Mr Humphries
Mr Kaine
Ms McRae
Ms Reilly
Mr Stefaniak
Mr Whitecross
Mr Wood

Question so resolved in the affirmative.

Bill agreed to.


Debate resumed from 26 September 1996, on motion by Mr Humphries:

That this Bill be agreed to in principle.

MR MOORE (4.17): Mr Speaker, I continue the debate from the debate on the previous legislation, which dealt with the same issue. Mr Humphries, during that debate, indicated to the Assembly that the Stein report had recommended that the Land and Planning Appeals Board be abolished and that the Administrative Appeals Tribunal take over its functions. I think Mr Humphries should listen to this very carefully because it is a very serious matter. I believe that Mr Humphries, in saying that, has misled the Assembly - inadvertently misled the Assembly, I accept; but I think that it is appropriate to draw his attention to it. Justice Stein said in paragraph 12.9 of his report:

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